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and americans between canada and the u.s., we share lots of waterways and water basins and rivers and lakes. so these changes will be catastrophic to those waterways and affect people on both sides of the border. we were trying not to just in power for stations committees about the violations to our treaty rights, but also the devastating impact on canadians and americans about clean drinking water. >> i want to turn to the parliamentary secretary to the minister of aboriginal affairs in canada, greg rickford. he told global toronto that the government is willing to engage in more dialog between first nations of the canadian government. >> i anders and the dynamic of that demand. we want to be sure never since we're working -- singing from the same songbook. >> pamela palmater, your response? >> it is just more of the status quo. from very early times when negotiated nation and nation based tree relationships, and canadian officials ever since have decided to make laws and policies and direct our committed these without any consent on our part. this is just more of these same. he does not addre
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